Theresa Andrews (born August 25, 1962) was an Olympic double gold medalist in the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California, winning in both the 100m backstroke and the 4x100m medley relay. After receiving her first gold, Andrews presented it to her brother in a private ceremony, honoring him for his courage after being paralyzed at the age of 19 in a bicycle accident.
Oscar's Mother Was Murdered So He Could Be Stolen from Us ...but Now I Have Got Him Back and He'll Always Be Precious; JUST 7 WEEKS AGO THERESA ANDREWS WAS SHOT DEAD BY A JEALOUS NEIGHBOUR AND HER UNBORN CHILD TORN FROM HER WOMB. INCREDIBLY THE BABY SURVIVED - NOW HIS FATHER JON TELLS THE MOVING STORY OF HOW HE WILL BRING HIM UP
Nov 19, 2000; Byline: ANNETTE WITHERIDGE in Streetsboro, Ohio JON Andrews puts a protective arm around his sleeping baby son. It's hard to...